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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1906

(Sty? Qk&ttt Published Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM R. KENNEDY Edi:or aad Proprietor. L-ssUNGx::*. Va., May 23, 1906 Subscription Rates in Advance: One Year.... fl.00 I Three Mouths. 25o Six Moat hs.. 50c I Single Copy... 5o tsrObituaries exceeding 10 Hues, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc. must be paid for at the rate of 9t. t?<-r line. sr Offlee Telephone No. 8. Long UK'ance Metallic, oonnecte with town ai.'I eounty lines. CaTAd-fertisin-*rates, which are mod orate, furnished on application. "tsTBusiness local notices 10c. a line or first insertion and 5c. a line for eaeh subsequent insertion. SENATE PASSES KATE BILL 71 TO 3 The Hepburn Railway Rate bill, after nearly two months of squab? bling, at times acrimonious and ex? ceedingly personal, was passed by tbe United States Senate last Fri? day by tbe vote of 71 to 3. The battle waged over tbis bill was the greatest witnessed in Congress since the fight over the Sherman Silver Purchase act in 1893. The discussi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1906

Lexington. Va., May 23, 1906 New Advertisements R. S. Anderson?house fuinlshiuge. C- J. Bell?notice to teachers of South River clstrlot. W. M. MoNutt?notic; to teachers of Natural Bridge dbtrict. A. K. Fletcher?petition for dis? charge, bankrupt notice. Irwin & Co.?white paiasol8,and big assortment of summer goods. Southern Correspondence Sohools? shorthand ana business by mail. Robinson dc Hutton?three car loads n'xehicle* already received and fourth oue coming. TO THE TKUSTEES OF Fairfield Methodist Church Lexington Baptist Church Gentlemen:? We take tho liberty of telling you that every church will be given a liber? al quantity of L. A M. Paint whenever they paint. 4 gallons L, ii M. mixed with 3 gal lous Linseed Oil wili paint a moderate sized house. Actual cost h. ?_ M. Paint about $1.20 per gallon. L. ft M Zinc hardeus L.A M. White Lead and makes the paint wear like Iron. Largest mids in the world use L.& M. Arnold Print Works, North Adams, Mass., used nearly 17,000 ga...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1906

Little Girl's Obstinate Case of Eczema ? Instantaneous Relief By Cuticura?Little Boy's Hands and Arms Also Were a Mass of Torturing Sores ? Grateful Mother Says: "QUTICURA REMEDIES A HOUSEHOLD STANDBY" 'In reply to your letter I write you my experience, and you are privileged to KM it as you see fit. Last year, ?t'.ter having my little girl treated by a very prominent physician for an obsti? nate case of eczema, I resorted to the Cuticura Remedies, and wai bo v.til pleased with the almost instantaneous relief afforded that wo discarded the physician's prescription and relied en? tirely on the Cuticura {Soap, Cuticura Ointment, and Cuticura Pills. When we commenced with the Cuticura Rem? edies her feet and limbs were covered with running Borea. In about six weeks we had her completely well, and there has been no recurrence of the trouble. "In July of this year a little boy in our family poisoned his hands and anna with poison oak, and in twenty-four hours his hands and arms were a ma...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1906

{Ihe loctnoton (Babette VOLUME 102. NUMBER 22 LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 80.190R ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. Rookbiidge Lodge, No. 58, I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel lowe' Hall. 1 exlngton Lodge, No- CO, K. ot P., moots every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, ,No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meeta every Monday night.at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient I'ork Masons, moots 1st and 8rd Mon day nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st snd ?rd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 83, Junior Order American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Professional Cards (ZREEI^EE D. LETCHER, *-* ATTORNEY AT LAW, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Publio. DAUL M. PENICK. * Attorney at Law, Lkainoton, Vikoinia. Not-try Public. ap 4 T/ENTE. PEERY attor1.ey and counsellor at law notary public. Lexington, Va. Office in Re* jo! Cour...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1906

Published Every Wednesday Evening *??? <**? Jt*c--.:%. . ?*?*?:_._**_ WILLIAM R. KENNEDY EC .or and Proprietor. Lkixc.tjn. Ya., May 30, 1906 Subscription Rates In Advance : One Ya v.... $1.00 I Thrae Months. 25c Six M >nihs.. 50c I Single Copy... 5c ^Jjituaries exceeding 10 Hues, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, ats most be paid for at the rate of Iv er line. ST Offlae Telephone No. 8. Long i'stance Metallic, connects with town a.id eountv lines. ^*Adv-srtisina: rates, which are mod erate. furnished on application. (STBosiness local notices 10c. a line or first insertion and 5c. a line for ?ash subsequent insertion. N CALIFORNIA FRUIT CROP A writer in tho Scientific Ameri? can save that after careful inquiry concerning the preeent prospects of the fruit crop in California, he has reached tbe conclusion that the recent earthquake convulsion* in that State will not diminish its value by a single dollar. Tbe only considerable locality disturbed where fruit waa tbe leading co...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1906

SK Lexington, Va., May 30, 1906 New Advertisement-* W. S. Knlseley 4; Co.?wash collars and belts for 10 cents. M. P. Dunlap-notic-i to teachers of Kerr? Creek district. J. S. Gibson?notice to teachers of Walker's Creek district. J. McD. Adair?special prices in mattings, carpets, rugs, eto. TO THETKUSTEESOF New Providence Church Lexington Presbyterian Church Gentlemen: . ouud sonse that we tell you. I1 will cost less dollars to paint your Church With L. A M. Paint, because more painting is done with ono gallon of L. ii If. than with two gallons of other paint*-, and the L. & M. Zinc hardens the Ii. A M. Whits I-ead and makes the L. & M. Pain wear Uko iron. Any church will be givm u liberal quantity (ree whenever they paint. 4 gallons !>. ic M. mixed with ;J gul? len!- Linseed Oil will paint a moderate siz;d home. Actual cost L. ii M. about ftl.gp'per ("allon. J. E. Webb. Fainter, Hickory, N.C.. Writes, "Houses dinted with L. A M. 13 yean ago have not needed painting since....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1906

Tiffi OF LIFE From Dreadful Pains From Wound on fcot?System All Run Down After Six Months' Agony?Not Able to Work?Completely Cured in Two Weeks MIRACULOUS CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES ? ? 'Words cannot speak highly enough fr. the Cuticura Remedies. 1 am now t>?. 3nty-two years of age. My system had been all nm down. My blood was so bad that blood poisoning had set in. 1 bad eoveral doctors attending me, so finally f wont to tbe hospital, where I waa laid up for -two months. My foot and ankle weiro almost beyond d recognition. Dark blood flowed out of wounds in many places, and I was so disheartened that I thought surely my last chance wns slowly leaving me. As the foot did not improve, you can readily imagine how I felt. I was simply disgusted and tired of life. I stood this pain, which waa dreadful, for six months, and during this time I was not aile to wear a shoe and not able to work. "Some one spoke to me about Cuti* eura. The consequences were I bought, a set of tbe Cuticura Re...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1906

Ct ?! RookbrMji* tncL B? V* Gfoe lexington Gazette VOLUME 102. NUMBER 23 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6.1906 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR / Fraternal Orders. Kockoiidge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. lexington Lodge, No. 66, K. of P., neets cv.,, Tuesday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Ru ??kuli, moots every Monday night,at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient fork Masons, meets 1st and 8rd Mor. lay nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Connell, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and Srd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Order American Mechaulcs, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Professional Cards (7REENLEE D. LETCHER, ^-J (Attorney at Law, 1 LEXINGTON, VA. 1 Notarv PnUie. pAUL If. PENJCK. * Attorney at Law, Lh.AlKC.roM, VlROlNIA. Notiry Public. ap 4 T/EXT K, PEERY ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW NOTARV PUBLIC. ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1906

(% (Btxzttti Published E Ter y Wednesday Evening WILLIAM K. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. LiKiHGTvN, Va., June 6, 1906 Subscription Rates In Advance: One Year.... $1.00 I Three Months. 25c Six Mout h a.. 50o I 8inRle Copy... 5o **e**Obltuari es exceeding 10 Hues, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc. must be paid for at the rate of lc. uer line. rr Offiee Telephone No. 8, Long iM.iunce Metallic, connects witb town and county linen. ?5f Ad vertisint*: rates, which are mod ?rate, furnished on application. SUTBusiness local notices 10c. a line or first insertion and 5c. a line for each subsequent insertion. PACKING HOUSE HORRORS Disclosures of tbe methods used by tbe Chioago packing houses, made by Commissioner of Labor Neill and submitted to Congress Monday by President Roosevelt, are so horrifying as to be almost beyond belief. The investigation revealed the fact that putrefying meats were packed in filth and sent out by tbe trust. The only excuse given by the packers for delay...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1906

Lexington. Va., June 6, 1906 New Advertisement** Weinberg's?woman wanted for gen? eral housework. D. C. Humphreys, chairman Building Committee?Haughawout house tor sale. _ TO THE TKUSTEES OF New Providence Church Lexington Presbyterian Church Gentlemen:-? It's sound sense that we tell you. It will cost less dollars to paint your church with L. & M. Paint, because more painting ls done with one gallon of h. & M. than with two gallons of other paints, and the L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. A M. White Lead and makes the L. A M. Paint wear like iron. Any church will be given a liberal quantity free whenever they paint. 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 gal? lons Linseed Oil will paint a moderate sized house. Aotual cost I* & M. about #1.30 per gallon. J. E. Wt bb. Painter, Hickory, N.C.. Writes, "House* painted with L. & M. 18 years ugo have not needed painting*siricc." Sold bj McCrum Drug Co., Lexing? ton, Va. H. 1. Wilkerson, Buena Vis* ta, Va_ Unclaimed Letters foll...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1906

'OLE FAMILY Father and Five Children Suffered for Two Years With Terrible Eczema?Home Remedies and Medicines Gave No Relief Mother Expresses Joy at WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES "My husband and five children were til afflicted with eczema. They had it two years. We used all thc home rem? edies we could hear of, without any relief, and then went to a physician and got medicine two different times, and it got woree. It affected us all over except head and hands. We saw Cuticura Remedies advertised and con? cluded to try them. So I sent for $14)0 v. orth, consisting of one cake of Cuticura Soap, one box of Ointment, and one vial of Pills, and we commenced to use them. I do not know how to express my joy in finding a cure, for two of my chil? dren were so bad that they have the brown scars on their bodies where they were sore. If it will be of any benefit to you, you can publish my letter with pleasure. Yours truly, Mrs. Waggie B. Hill, Stevens, Mason Co., W. Va., June 12, 1905." ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1906

dbe lacmaton Gazette VOLUME 102. NUMBER 24 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13.1906 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. Rookbildge Lodge, No. 68. I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, st Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, E.. of P., meets every Tuesday night, st Odd Fel lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient i'ork Masons, meets 1st snd Srd Mon< day nights st Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 5ru Friday nights In each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Oriler American Mechanics, meets evtry 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Professional Cards ~r (7REENLEE D. LETCHER, \J Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notarv Public. PAUL M. PEN1CK Attorney at Law, LaaUMToa, Virginia. Notiry Public. ap 4 TTENTE. PEERY attorj.kv and counsellor at law notary fublic Lexington, Va. Office lu Rear of Cour...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1906

?ln> feeti? Published Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM K. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. ? ? " " ? - ' ' . _ Lixinoton, Va., June 13, 1906 Subscription Rates In Advance: Oue Tear... .f 1.00 I ThreeMonths. 25c Six Months.. 50o I Single Copy. ? ? 5o ?'.ir Obituaries exceeding 10 hues, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, eto. must be paid for at the rate of ls. oer line. ?ST Offlee Telephone No. 8. Long Distance Metallic, connects with town and county lines. tWAdvertising rates, which are mod erate, furnished on application WRusiness local notices 10c. a line or first insertion and 5c. a line for eao'.i subsequent insertion. GOOD ROADS IMPROVEMENT IN KOCKBRIDGE Steps have been taken for the inauguration of improved rcsds in Rockbridge. The agitation of this issue in all sections cf cur country, in every State and county in tbe United States, shows tbe universality of the needs,especially in rural communities, of easy com? munication between tbe faim and the oenters of trade. The pe...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1906

Lexington. Va., June 13, 1906 TO THE TRUSTEES OF Bethesda Presbyterian Church R. E. Lee Memorial Church Gentlemen:? We want to donate some L.&M.Paint to your church whenever they paint. The largest Methodist church i 1 Georgia expected to use 100 gallons of the usual kind of paint, they only B8?d 32 gallons L. <fc M. mixed with 24 gallons Linseed Oil. It costs less to paint a house with L. k M. than with other paint, because painter mixes Linseed Oil fresh from the barrel at GO cents a gallon with L. & M., and doesn't pay $1.50 per gallon for Linseed Oil as done if ready-for use paint ls used. Also because the L. & M, Zinc hardens the L. & M. White Lead and makes the paiut wear like iron. Actual co?t L. & M, paint about81.20 per gallon. Sold by MoCrum Drue* Co., Lexing? ton. Va. H. L. Grilkerson, Buena Vis? ta, Va. Unclaimed Letters Following is the list of unclaimed letters remaining in the Lexington poetoffice for the week ending June 11th. Broks, W. M. Craw...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1906

LITTLE BABY'S L Thin Skin Formed Over Body and Under it Was Watery Blood When Washed it Would Burst and Break-Suffered for Weeks Now Sound and Well? CURED IN ONE WEEK BY CUTICURA REMEDIES "When my little girl baby was one week old she had a skin disease. A thin skin formed over her body and under it was watery blood, and when she was washed it would burst and break. She was ii\ that condition for weeks, and I tried everything I could think of, but nothing did her any good. When she was three months old I took her to San Antonio to sec a doctor, but the doctor we wanted to sec was not at home, so my sister gave me a cake of Cuticura Soap and half a box of Cuti? cura Ointment, and told me to use them, which I did in time. I used them three times, and the humor began to fade, and in one week she was sound and well, and it has never returned since. I think every mother should keep the Cuticura Remedies in the howe. Yours truly, Mre. H. Aaron, Benton, Texas, July 3, 1906." WEEPING ECZEMA...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1906

Gbe Xcxmaton Gazette VOLUME 102. NUMBER 25 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20,1906 ONE DOLLAR A VEAR Fraternal Orders. Rockbildge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. 0. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Lexington Lodge, No- 66, K. of P., meets every Tuesday night, at Odd Fol? lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Uebekah, moets every Monday night, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient i'ork Masons, meets let and 3rd Mon day nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meeta 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows* Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Order American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Professional tarda /7REKNLEE D. LETCHER, ^ST Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Publio. "pAUL M. PENICK. P Attorney at Law, LiiAiNOToa, Virginia. NoUry Public. ap 4 TfENTE. PEERY ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAV. NOTARY PUBLIC. Lexington, Va. Office in Rear of Court...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1906

if If * fetff ? Published Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM R. KENNEDY Editor aad Proprietor. Lexington, Va., June 20, 1906 Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year.... tl. 00 I Three Months. 25c Six Mouths.. 50c I Single Copy-.. 5o '^Obituaries exceeding 10 Hues, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, ete. must be paid for at the rate of *o. per line. GIT Office Telephone No. 8. Long uistance Metallic, connects with town and county lines. tier Advertising rates, which are mod erate, furnished on application rfcriJusiness local notices lOe. a line or flrst insertion and 5c. a lins for each subsequent insertion. VIRGINIA MEAT PRODUCTS In view of the recent exposures of the Chicago paoking bouse hor? rors, emphasis is laid on the im? portance of Virginians providing themselves with home-grown meat and meat products. The farmer who raises his own meat, beef, pork, veal and mutton, gets tbe very best of any market. The blue grass region of Southwest Virginia produces the beet cattle shippe...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1906

?tip fetffr Lexington. Va., June 20, 1906 New Advertisements B. A 0. Railway?low rate tiokets, W.T.ShUld>?oomtnisslouer's notioe. Bank of Rookbridge?safety In mak? ing loans. M. J. Hess?Victor and Columbia talking machines. W. S. Kniseley A Co?millinery goods at cost In order to make change in business. Rookbridge Lime A Stone Co.?men's and women's low out shoes at greatly leduoed prices. TO THE TRUSTEES OF Bethesda Presbyterian Church R. E. Loo Memorial Church Gentlemen:? We wantto donate some L.&M.Paint to your church whenever they paint. The largest Methodist church in Georgia expected to use 100 gallons of the usual kind of paint, they only ?sed 32 gallons L. <fc M. mixed with 84 gallons Linseed Oil. lt costs less to paint a house with L. A M. than with other paint, because painter mixes Linseed Oil fresh from the barrel at 60 oents a gallon with L. A M., and doesn't pay $1.50 per gallon for Linseed Oil as done if ready-for* use paint ls rsed. Also because the L. A M, ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1906

By ITCHING SCALP Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands and Limbs-Suffering Intense Doctors Said Too Old to Be Cured-An Old Soldier of 80 Years Declares: "CUTICURA TREATMENT IS A BLESSING" " At all times and to all people 1 am willing to testify to the merits of Cu? ticura. It saved me from worse than the tortures of hades, about the year 1900, with itching on my scalp nnd ten.pies, and afterwards it commenced to break out on my hands. Then it broke out on my limbs. I was advised to use salt and water, which I did, tu no effect. I then went to ? Surgeon, who c( ii nienced treating me with a wash of borax. This treatment did me no good, but mther aggravated the disease. I tl.cn told bimi would go and see a phy? sician in Erie. The reply was that I could tl anywhere, but a case of i ..enm h. mine could not be cured; that I was too old (80). I went to an t-minent doctor in the city of Erie and treated with him for six months, with Akc results. I had read of tho Cu? ticura Remedies often. I was...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 June 1906

tlbe lexmcjion (Bazette -. i .... ? ai.. ? ? rf? ii --? -, r -,r ?". ... ta-f* - -a. ? X?? ? J r *1 ..... **? .. . ,, - ? i? *- . . - ? . ? .._ .__. VOLUME 102. NUMBER 2*j LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27,1906 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Order*. Kockbildge Lodge, No. 68, I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, E. of P., ?nwets every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 3, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mour'.ask ^ity Lodge, No. 67, Ancient fork Masons, meets 1st and 8rd Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No. 1980 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 8rd Friday nights In each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Ordw American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hail. Professional Cards (7REENLEK D. LETCHER, **> Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Public. PAUL M. PENICK. Attorney at Law, Lk.a.iMOTo...

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